Phoenix native; Lifelong Suns Fan
- Jul 31, 2005
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- San Diego, CA
But it indirectly affected Directv since they don't carry the new Suns broadcast channel. And they probably never will since it's a Phoenix general channel. I guess they could add it but only show Suns games. BUT, now that I think about it, I was able to record ONE game thus far that was the Phoenix broadcast. That was the Philly game. All I know is it is different this year than the last 20+ on Directv. I used to almost always get to pick home or away. That has changed this season. I used to like to watch half and half home and away unless I really couldn't stand the away announcers. Like I said, I will try switching to the NBA app but it's not easy for this old dog to do new tricks after so many years of having it one way. Plus, I still don't know if I can start a stream from the beginning in the middle of a game. That is a must for me.I had all the games when I was on Directv too but my point was that it isn't because of the deals that Ishbia made. Spectrum, Directv, Comcast or whoever decides how many channels to make available for League Pass - I assume they do that in their specific deals with League Pass so that neither advertise more than they provide. It was even worse when I switched from Dtv to Verizon Fios when it first came out. They only made like 5 HD channels available and they were home team broadcast only, as were most of the non-HD games they showed.